Adidas Promo, Case study ALL EVENT by Sid Lee Paris

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Industry Sportswear, Athletic Footwear & Accessories
Media Promo & PR, Case study
Market France
Agency Sid Lee Paris
Director Samuel Rixon
Account Supervisor Guillaume Bergeron Sid Lee
Released April 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Best Use of Social Media Marketing
Advertiser: ADIDAS
Product/Service: SPORTS WEAR BRAND
Agency: SID LEE
Date of First Appearance: Apr 16 2011
Entrant Company: SID LEE, Paris, FRANCE
Chief Creative Officer: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Executive Creative Director: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Creative Director: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Copywriter: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Art Director: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Agency Producer: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Account Supervisor: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Advertiser's Supervisor: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Account Manager: Sid Lee (Sid Lee)
Director: Samuel Rixon
Media placement: web - all - 04/21/2011

Insights, Strategy & the Idea
We created an interactive sharing video, which changed depending on what you put in your event. Everyone got their own personal way of spreading their event which they could spread all over the web.
Banners, videos with interviews of the stars and instore pieces connected to the campaign. Finally we used the event itself as a final way to spread the ”all in” message.

Creative Execution
To create a French link to the worldwide “all in” message, we created an application on Facebook that let users create their dream event by using a toolset. The consumers goal was to create the most creative event and share it with their friends. The player could choose everything from stars to activities, the whole adidas universe was free to chose from. The most creative and popular event was created for real by adidas, making the winner the star of the night.

Results and Effectiveness
In 2010, for the 5th time in a row, adidas is the French’s favourite brand. But when looking closer at the numbers, the affinity of the brand with its core target, the next generation of 14-19 years old, was getting loose. Even if adidas remained a key brand in the sportswear landscape for them, it was starting to lack relevance and appeal: a false perception of its positioning and offering: a football brand? fashion? ; an old/outdated image: the big brother brand ; a feeling of not being as engaging as before. “Don’t say it, prove it.” More than declaring being cool and relevant to them, we had to prove it, making them experiment the new brand promise: “whatever the game, we put all our heart into it, we’re all in, adidas is all in”, in an exclusive way. The next gen is a very sensitive target, wary of marketing BS. We had to find a way to engage them in a genuine and generous way, establishing a close relationship.